Assuming you’ve gotten your medical provider’s OK — and I’m super serious about this, because I don’t know you or your specific needs or situation — you may be looking for some great workouts that can help you strengthen all of the muscles you’ll be using at the end of your pregnancy journey.Pin It
Whether you just take a nice, long walk on the unstable sand or do something a little more intense, why not combine fun and fitness?
Hoping to pass the NASM CPT exam? GOOD LUCK. You’ll need it (it is the hardest test I’ve ever taken) but with these tips and links I know you can!Pin It
19 weeks pregnant at the gym is like WHOA. I get the stares, like “is she or isn’t she?,” every time I pick up a barbell. Here’s why I keep it up.
I’m on my second long hiatus from running and mostly loving the break. But all of a sudden, I miss the adrenaline rush that running gives me.
(#AD) Running and I are on a break. There are no mountains in Florida. So I am training for pregnancy and LABOR with The North Face Mountain Athletics app!
I think most of you will be more excited about the second announcement than the first. (Hint: both are exciting, scary and make me a little nauseated.)
(#AD) It’s a phrase I picked up as a breastfeeding mom, but it is a great reminder for weight loss, fitness and other journeys that present challenges.Pin It
I know it can seem daunting to get in a good, sweaty workout without a ton of equipment or space, but I’ve really come to learn that with some creativity (and commitment — you have to have that!) you can get an amazing bodyweight routine knocked out with things you have hanging around your house.
Yoga is not really supposed to be a showy endeavour, but I share my journey to inspire people who want to try but aren’t sure where to start.